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Mountain Activities Report

August 3rd, 2015
11:00AM 

Summer mountain activities are rolling and we're experiencing prime mid-summer conditions, with bikinghikinglift ridesdisc golfzip lineadventure camps and more. The trails are dry, the riding and hiking are sweet, especially with ripening wild raspberries, blueberries and blackberries. Check the Live Lift and Trail Report for full details. All mountain activities are open 10 AM - 4 PM on Sunday - Thursday and 10 AM - 5 PM on Friday and Saturday, with the exception of biking and disc golf, which is open 10 AM - 6 PM Be sure to scroll down for additional hours of operation on all activities and events.

The Sugarbush Golf Club is in great shape and everything is very lush. The course is open daily from 7 AM - 6 PM. Check out our Birdies and Slices promo on Saturdays, just $85 for 9 holes and wood-fired pizza dinner for two at Hogan's. Mmmmm.

Join us for the summer version of $30 Thursdays. Foursomes get $30 greens fees on Thursdays! For the latest golf course conditions, call 802-583-6725.

SHARC Tennis is swinging and the outdoor courts feature sweeping views of Lincoln Peak. Visit the SHARC events calendar for on-going classes, clinics and camps to maximize your summer fun. 

The Mad River Riders and Mad River Path trails throughout the Valley are in excellent condition. The trails are free to use, but not free to build and maintain. Please join and support these awesome organizations!

For details on everything Sugarbush, visit Sugarbush.com, keep in touch on our Facebook page, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram.  

Be Better Here. See you on the mountain.

 
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